Celeste Paz returns to the World Padel Tour The Argentine returns after a year out 19/05/2018 En Español Watch: Top three men's points of the Cervezas Victoria Malaga Open 2022! Palau Sant Jordi to host Estrella Damm Master Final 2022 Gutiérrez and birthday boy Tapia claim Malaga Open title without dropping a single set Josemaría and Sánchez stop Salazar and Triay's winning streak to lift Malaga Open title Malaga semi-finals: Gutiérrez and Tapia reach consecutive finals for first time Salazar and Triay thrive in Malaga to make fifth consecutive final Efficient Lima and Stupaczuk dispatch giant slayers, make Malaga Open final Josemaría, Sánchez overcome Alayeto sisters to reach Malaga final Marta Marrero withdraws from Cervezas Victoria Málaga Open with illness Malaga Open quarter-finals: Injury puts twins through, 2021 final rematch! Malaga quarter-finals: Tapia and Gutiérrez keep streak alive, locals shine on big stage Top seed sends local hero packing in Malaga Round of 16 Celeste Paz stated in Monte Carlo, in 2016, that she was no longer going to compete professionally. The Argentine was on a poor run of results and decided to hang up her racket. She needed a change and looked to find the motivation that she'd been lacking. After two years out she'll be making a return at the Caja Rural Jaen Open 2018.Celeste is back in the game she loves the most. She has a total of 22 career wins on the WPT and will line up alongside Arantxa Soriano. Celeste is as excited as ever and, after taking no part in 2017, she will be back on the best tour in the world.